The temporary storage declaration must be submitted for all goods discharged in a European port. This must also be done for goods that are discharged in the port, but then loaded in another vessel. All goods mentioned in a temporary storage declaration must also be included in the ENS (see step 1 – Entry Summary declaration).
The temporary storage declaration is done by sending an electronic CUSCAR message to Belgian Customs. NxtPort’s “import consignment”* service can ensure that customs representatives can access the correct information from the cargo manifest quickly and efficiently. This service collects the cargo manifest data as received in the agent’s CUSCAR messages. A user of this API can digitally reuse this data in their software for the preparation of customs declarations.
In order to release the terminals as quickly as possible, for all shipments under T1 the customs office in the relevant port is considered as the office of transit. On the cargo list (CUSCAR) the T1 shipments must be indicated with the code “TT”, so that they can be automatically cleared.
Via the RX dashboard the importer, his representative and the haulier receive timely insight into the different statuses of their cargo, via a handy track & trace system.Read more